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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Night Court’ Renewed, ‘Criminal Minds: Evolution’ Premiere Date, ‘Emily In Paris’ Premiere Date, Dua Lipa Hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’, ‘Rick and Morty: The Anime’ Preview, and More!

NIGHT COURT -- Pictured: "Night Court" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBCUniversal)

NBC has renewed Night Court for a third season. The eternally optimistic Abby Stone follows in the footsteps of her revered late father, Judge Harry Stone, as she takes on the challenge of overseeing the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court. Abby always sees the best in people and her passion for justice is undeniable. In her quest to bring order and dignity to the court and reign in its colorful crew of oddballs, she enlists former night court district attorney Dan Fielding to serve as the court’s public defender. Still exceedingly self-confident, Fielding must adjust to a new boss and a new job – defending the downtrodden. And, beneath his arrogant demeanor, there is an empathetic side to Fielding that Abby is determined to unearth.

Season two of Criminal Minds: Evolution premieres June 6 with two episodes. In the wake of last season’s shocking finale, the new season picks up as the FBI’s elite team of profilers investigates the deadly mystery of GOLD STAR. As the conspiracy unfolds, the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is met with an unexpected complication when serial killer Elias Voit negotiates a deal that transfers him to federal custody in the BAU’s own backyard. The team faces its biggest threat yet and cannot emerge unscathed from the mind-bending consequences. The series stars Joe Mantegna, A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Aisha Tyler, Zach Gilford, Ryan-James Hatanaka with Adam Rodriguez and Paget Brewster. Felicity Huffman has been previously announced to guest star. 

Season four of Emily In Paris premieres August 15 with Part 1. Part 2 will follow September 12. After the dramatic events of Camille and Gabriel’s misbegotten wedding, Emily is reeling: She has strong feelings for two men, but now Gabriel’s expecting a baby with his ex, and Alfie’s worst fears about her and Gabriel have been confirmed. At work, Sylvie is forced to confront a thorny dilemma from her past for the sake of her marriage, and the Agence Grateau team navigates personnel shakeups. Mindy and the band prepare for Eurovision, but when funds run dry, they’re forced to get thrifty. Emily and Gabriel’s chemistry is undeniable as they work together towards a Michelin star, but two big secrets threaten to undo everything they’ve dreamed of. 

Dua Lipa is set to host Saturday Night Live May 4. She will also pull double duty as musical guest on the late night NBC series. 

Rick and Morty: The Anime premieres later this year on adult swim. The Rick and Morty anime spinoff will stand on its own as an original work. 

Raising Voices (Ni una más) premieres May 31 on Netflix. When a 17-year-old reports a sexual assault at her high school, an investigation upends her life and tests her relationships. Alma, Greta and Nata are proof that there is nothing stronger than a group of friends.

Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail returns May 31 on Discovery Channel. After becoming the biggest landowner in the Yukon, Parker no longer needs to focus on finding ground urgently, but his pioneering spirit remains and he has set his eyes on Brazil: the biggest gold frontier on earth and the center of a raging modern battle between government forces and miners. Parker wants to see this dangerous landscape for himself and look out for potential investment opportunities. 

Thank You, Next premieres May 9 on Netflix. After a painful breakup, a young lawyer dives head first into the confusing world of modern dating, with the unwavering support of her best friends.

A new season of TLC’s teen pregnancy series Unexpected premieres June 3. This season features three new couples and two returning that each have unique experiences and obstacles as young, expecting parents. We meet an aspirational motocross rider who must give up his dream of becoming a professional rider now that his girlfriend’s expecting. We are also introduced to a former cheerleading queen who dislikes the “long-distance” relationship she has with her boyfriend from a neighboring town 30-minutes away because they both cannot drive and as a result, they barely see each other. One returning teen mom from last season struggles to create a new life for herself while leaving her past behind, and another returning mom is determined to save up for the next step of her relationship with her fiancé. All the couples grapple with difficult relationships between their families, all the while navigate their individual challenges that come with early parenthood. 

Weigel Broadcasting Co. and Warner Bro. Discovery are teaming up for the new network MeTV Toons. The network will air classic animation including shorts and series. Set to appear are Looney Tunes, Scooby Doo, Tom & Jerry, The Jetsons, Top Cat, Yogi Bear, Popeye, Johnny Quest, The Flintstones, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Woody Woodpecker, Casper, Betty Boop, Speed Racer and more. The network will launch June 25. 

Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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